The escape of the state:
No shift in the burden of the proof and no anti-Roma discrimination by the police in P.H. v Slovakia

By Marie-Bénédicte Dembour Thanks to Emma Várnagy whose insightful post on the P.H. case published on the Strasbourg Observers blog inspired me to write my own take on the case, and whose comments on my text helped improve it. Would you jump from a 7.7 metres high window? Of course not! Nobody would, although, according toContinue reading “The escape of the state:
No shift in the burden of the proof and no anti-Roma discrimination by the police in P.H. v Slovakia”